The Dr. J. Harper Kent Scholar Bursary was established by the J. Harper Kent Charitable Foundation in 2017. One bursary is awarded annually to a Bathurst High School or Ecole Secondaire Nepisiquit student beginning an undergraduate degree program. This award has a value of $40,000 payable over a four year course of study in the amount of $10,000 per year. Recipients are required to maintain a 3.7 scholarship grade point average each term to renew this scholarship.
BHS and ESN are coming together once again for this year's Bay Breakfast on Friday, April 20th. Hot breakfasts will be served up at the following locations:
Atlantic Host Burger King Dixie Lee (Bathurst) Auberge d’Anjou 150 Main St. McDonald's Danny's Papa Joe and Evy's Nectar Cast and Crew Joey's Subway (Vanier, Main St., Beresford, St. Anne) Tim Horton's (Vanier, St. Peter, Beresford, Petit-Rocher)
Keep your eyes out. Tickets are now available from BHS students!
The Phantom Escape Room is back with an all new theme, new puzzles, challenges, and fun! If you participated in the first one, this is a brand new challenge for you and you won't be disappointed. If you missed the first one, this is your chance to experience something new and exciting right here in Bathurst. Teams that have partiipated so far have been quoted as saying "it's better than most other escape rooms they have done in much larger centres like Moncton, Halifax, British Columbia, and Florida! Check out our website by clicking the link to learn even more and to register your team
This Thursday is Wellness Day at BHS! During periods A and B regular classes will take place. Then, students will have a guest speaker during C. After lunch students are signed up for wellness activites for the entire afternoon. Oooh, and word is there will be free healthy snacks too!
Rogers Hometown Hockey is hiring energetic Brand Ambassadors with a positive attitude to work at the Bathurst festival, a love for hockey is a plus.
Brand Ambassadors’ responsibilities will vary-- running the festival games and promotional activities, walking event goers through virtual reality experiences, signing consumers up for contests etc. All training will be provided.
The BHS Bully Buster group held activities during break this morning to support Pink Shirt Day. To find out more about Pink Shirt Day, its beginnings and other initiatives, please visit https://www.pinkshirtday.ca/
The students of BHS have already had a hugely successful run of their variety show for the entire student population before Christmas. In fact, it was SO huge, that we decided to put on a public show as well so no one misses out on this amazing talent. Spread the word that Thursday Feb. 15, 2018 is the day and the time is 6:30pm at the BHS Theatre. You won't be disappointed! And guess what?